Dorothy Parker: What Fresh Hell Is This? - Chapter 8, Yessir, the Whaddycall 'em Blues1925 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8, Yessir, the Whaddycall 'em Blues1925 Summary and Analysis

After months of constant hard work, Dorothy wants to take some time off, and begin to focus her attention on the male persuasion. The volume of men taxiing through her hotel room becomes staggering. She is becoming a real celebrity, and swarms of men are vying for her attentions. She seldom bothers to pay for her suite at the Algonquin, convincing herself that her presence is excellent publicity for the hotel and that Frank Case should feel fortunate to have her living there.

One unfortunate soul who falls in love with Dorothy is Seward Collins. He is not at all her type but he is eager to throw his wealth around and she is happy to oblige him. He is a nice guy but nice guys do not impress Dorothy. In...

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